I'm an American teacher working in China, and my students are writing resumes to for their college applications. All of my students have English names that they plan to use when they attend college to make it easier for non-Chinese speakers to pronounce and remember their names. This is a very common practice in China.
How should they list their names on their resume? For example, my coworker's name is 张琼 ("Zhang Qiong") and her English name is "Beth."
I suggested she write:
Zhang "Beth" Qiong
As Beth is her nick-name and that's how I've seen it in movie credits.
Another option is:
Zhang Qiong (Beth Zhang)
Which has the benefit of highlighting the fact that "Zhang" is her surname (many Westerners aren't aware that surnames go first in China), but the disadvantage of being redundant ("Zhang" appears twice).
Is there a best practice for this?